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Augmented reality @ Siemens: "The Workflow Designer Project" & "Augmented reality PDA"

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In this paper we describe two AR projects at Siemens: "The Workflow Designer Project" and "AR-PDA - A Personal Digital Assistant for VR/AR Content". The Workflow Designer makes use of pattern recognition and tracking to augment real-time video with 3D models, allowing a remote expert to guide a worker through a complicated workflow step-by-step. The general idea of the AR-PDA project to the development of applications for new mobile devices like 3rd generation mobile telephones, organizer or PDA for the consumer market. In this context augmented reality is used to support efficiently final users during their daily tasks and especially in service situations. The AR-PDA enhances real camera images by virtual objects (3D-animations, 2D-graphics or text) and allows personalized user interactions with the augmented scene.

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Augmented Reality Toolkit, The First IEEE International Workshop

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2002